The latest news on courts
Freshman fell from his fifth-floor balcony two years ago after being hazed by fraternity members.
First Amendment rights were not violated, judge writes.
Two brothers say nonstop dog yapping has caused them anxiety.
The Indian tribes aren't among Abramoff's victims.
Judge rules the actor presents no "danger of any kind"—unlike the action heroes he's played on screen.
In a shift, McCain aligns more with the right and advocates for judicial restraint.
What the partisan battles mean to Bush's legal legacy.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court race is just one example of what's ahead.
A spate of legal cases try to hold corporations and governments liable global warming